In this webinar James Greenblatt, MD explores the connection between neuroactive peptides found in common foods and their potential contribution to psychiatric disorders. Highlights the role of diet and nutrition in mental health and provides practical insights on how to identify and address neuroactive peptides in the diet to optimize mental health outcomes.
Neuroactive peptides are naturally occurring compounds found in various foods that can interact with the brain and nervous system, potentially affecting mood, behavior, and mental health. Emerging research suggests that certain neuroactive peptides found in common foods may have an impact on psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, and others. Dr. Greenblatt will discuss the latest findings in this field, including the mechanisms through which neuroactive peptides can influence brain function and potentially contribute to psychiatric disorders. He will also highlight the role of diet and nutrition in mental health, and provide practical insights on how to identify and address neuroactive peptides in the diet to optimize mental health outcomes. This webinar is a valuable resource for healthcare professionals, nutritionists, and anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the relationship between neuroactive peptides in common foods and psychiatric disorders, and learning practical strategies for improving mental health through nutrition.